Blue Top With Lace Trim

I am styling a blue top with pretty lace detailed sleeves today.  It was freezing when I took these pictures!  I don’t know where Spring has gone here this week!

Blue Top With Lace Trim On The Sleeve

Blue Top With Lace Trim On Sleeve

Blue Top With Lace Trim On Sleeve

Gap Top (Similar Here) / American Eagle Jeans / Shoes (Similar Here) / Necklace (Similar Here)

I feel like the headless fashion blogger today! LOL  The wind was fierce and it was about to rain when I took these pictures.  This made it a bad hair day.  I thought I better take them while I have the chance though.  It is supposed to rain the rest of the week.  I am doing another all blue outfit today.  My top is perfect for chilly Spring days that call for some sleeves.  I got it at the Gap, and it is vintage.  So I have listed some cute similar ones that would give you the same look.  Lace Bell Sleeve Top / Tulip-Back Embroidery Top / Diamond Lace Yoke Tee / Eyelet Split Neck Shirt/ Embroidery Split Neck Top

My Jeans are American Eagle.  I wear a lot of their jeans since they me fit well and are at a reasonable price.

I am wearing my vintage brown wedges again, but have linked some others here at various price points.  Clarks Caslynne Shae / Clarks Annadale Eirwyn / Steve Madden Sandals / Kenneth Cole Wedge

My red pendant necklace adds a pop of color.  It was a gift, so I have linked some other pretty alternatives.  Inc International Concepts Necklace  / Monogram Red Pendant Necklace / Kendra Scott Necklace

Thank you for reading my post today!  I will be posting again tomorrow with more beauty products.  While fashion is still the main focus of this blog, I had a really positive response to the beauty section I added!  I appreciate all of you so much who have been following Dressed In Faith.  Know I am praying for all you beautiful ladies out there!

Please keep reading as I share my faith in today’s devotional!

Praying For My Sons’ Future Wives

That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.  Genesis 2:24

As I said last week, I am writing one post every week on a specific topic I have decided to include in my prayer time.  I hope you will join me in praying over each week’s subject.  I want to expand upon what I typically pray about each day.  I am sure you are like me and praying for your family is at the top of the list.  While I want to focus on other subjects that we may not always remember in our prayers, this week I feel the need to pray about a family related topic.  I want us to focus on praying for our children’s spouses.  If you have children who are not yet married, I want you to be praying this week for their future spouses.  If your children are already married, pray for your daughter-in-law or son-in-law.  If you are a grandparent, you may want to pray for your grandkids’ future spouses.  You may not have children yet but want to someday.  Pray for your future children’s spouses.  You may be single and looking for the one with whom to spend the rest of your life.  Pray for the person God has picked out for you.

I can remember sitting in a Bible study when my children were much younger, and a friend started discussing how she prayed for her kids’ future spouses.  I remember being so in awe of her prayer life and the things she thought of as prayer topics.  It had never occurred to me at that point to pray for my boys’ future wives.  With two energetic little boys at home, I just prayed I was able to keep up with them and meet all their basic needs!  So as my boys grew, I have prayed for their future spouses.  I have prayed that their wives would follow Christ and put him first in their lives.  I have prayed that God would protect them.  I have prayed for their future spouses’ parents as they raised these young women.  I have prayed that God would have them meet my sons at the right time.  I have prayed they would have strong, loving lifelong  relationships.  The older my children have gotten, the more I have prayed that God would show them who he has chosen to be their wives.   My goal isn’t to rush this process, but rather that it is in God’s hands.

If you already know your son-in-law or daughter-in-law, continue to pray for their relationship with your child.  Pray for your relationship with your children’s spouse.  This does not mean pray that they will conform to your way of doing things when it comes to your son, daughter, or grandchildren.  As long as they are trying their best and have the best interest of your child or grandchild at heart, pray that they will follow God’s direction for their lives.

So this week let’s focus more on praying for our children’s spouses whether we know them yet or not.



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